Malongo Cuba Santiago Ground Coffee
The Franco-Cuban coffee farmers, who settled in the Cuban Orient from the 19th century, contributed to the development of the region. The old farms were declared World Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO in 2000, their ruins show the Golden Age of coffee growing which still produces one of the best coffees in the world.
Co-funded by the European Union, the Oficina del Conservador de la Ciudad de Santiago de Cuba and the Malongo Foundation, Los Caminos del Cafe implements an exciting responsible tourism program, including the restoration of an old mansion from the heart history of the city of Santiago (Casa Dranguet) and the rehabilitation of old cafeterias in the surrounding countryside, including the famous Fraternidad.
An old-style roasted coffee, full-bodied, long in the mouth, finely tangy with notes of dried fruits.